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The Brown Bag w/ Maia Coleman-King

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Dr. Maia Coleman King is a licensed clinical psychologist who treats patients for individual, group and couples therapy. As a partner at PGW, Dr. Coleman King balances the roles of clinician, supervisor and Assistant Clinical Psychology Professor for The George Washington University.  Dr. Coleman King specializes in treating women struggling with symptoms of depression and anxiety, as well as couples seeking assistance in building communication skills, overcoming differences, and making decisions that are more satisfying.  In addition, she has over ten years of experience in the psychological assessment of children, adults and forensic populations. 

Dr. Coleman King earned her Ph.D. at Howard University in Clinical Psychology in 2004. She is 
also a graduate of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor where she earned a Master’s degree in 
Developmental Psychology. Dr. Coleman King completed her Internship at the APA-accredited 
Howard University Counseling Service Internship Program. She has five years of experience working as a Certified School Psychologist in the District of Columbia Public School System, and was promoted in her last year to a Psychology Program Manager for the District. Dr. Coleman King completed a Post-Graduate Fellowship with the Washington Chapter of the New York Freudian Society and is a professional member of the American Psychological Association as well as the Association for Black Psychologists.  She has been invited to speak on numerous health panels, has appeared in local and national media outlets

Andraé L. Brown, Ph.D., is a tenured associate professor and clinical coordinator of the Marriage, Couples and Family Therapy Program uncil Contemporary Families. 

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